First-Place Cubs Have Some Issues To Address As They Pursue A Championship


Cubs manager Joe Maddon, right, with team president Theo Epstein, center, and general manager, Jed Hoyer have issue to address in club’s pursuit of World Series aspirations. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)


With a quarter of the 2019 Major League Baseball season almost complete, the Cubs are where most would expect them to be at 25-14 (.641) and sitting on top of the National League Central Division over the rival Brewers and Cardinals.

Most fans were cringing after the first seven games of the year when the Cubs managed only one victory and were treading water to keep from floating in the cellar. Since that woeful start, the team has gone 24-8 and have proven they are still among the elite clubs in the majors.

But before we hand the Cubs their third division crown in four years, let’s take a look some vital improvements that need to be addressed as they head…



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